Sunday, May 7, 2017

Monday's News Links

[Bloomberg] U.S. Stocks Slip, Dollar Gains After French Vote: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] French vote quashes euro political risk trade

[CNBC] Macron is France's next president — here’s what happens next

[Bloomberg] What Analysts Are Saying About Macron's Victory

[Bloomberg] China’s Exports Remain Resilient as Global Demand Recovers

[Bloomberg] Iron Ore Revival Snuffed Out as ‘Weakest Commodity’ Drops Again

[Bloomberg] Fed's Mester Warns Against Falling Behind With Rate-Hike Pace

[Reuters] Fed's goals largely met, U.S. rate hikes on track: Mester

[Bloomberg] Australian Business Confidence Jumps to Highest in Seven Years

[FT] China credit squeeze dents global growth

[WSJ] French Election Victor Emmanuel Macron’s ‘New Deal’ for Europe Faces Old German Doubts

[FT] The ECB’s dilemma is when to trigger the turning point

[FT] Federal Reserve warned over maintaining big balance sheet

[FT] Italy’s bad debt problem refuses to go away

[FT] Risk of dollar shortage hits investors’ radar

Sunday Evening Links

[Bloomberg] Reaction Muted to France Result After Macron Win: Markets Wrap

[Reuters] Macron wins French presidency by emphatic margin: projections

[Bloomberg] Euro Seen Advancing as Le Pen Concedes Defeat in French Election

[Bloomberg] China's Deleveraging Bill Tops $500 Billion

[The Hill] ObamaCare vote throws curve into tax reform

[WSJ] Trump’s Fiscal Plans, Fed’s Asset Unwinding Could Fuel Rate Rise

[WSJ] Traders Are Fleeing the Options Market

[FT] Wall Street’s hopes for deregulation switch from laws to watchdogs